Buckwheat porridge with milk in a multicooker
IngredientsBuckwheat – 380 g
Water – 460 ml
Milk – 460 ml
Salt – to taste
Butter – 20 g
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Step by step recipe with photoBuckwheat porridge is a truly wonderful side dish! And not just as a side dish, because it can be used to make patties, casseroles and even desserts.
Buckwheat porridge can be cooked with water or with milk, in sweet and not sweet versions. In this recipe, I will cook buckwheat porridge with milk in the multicooker. But I do not like the porridge with only milk, it takes a long time to cook it, and it is suitable only for the sweet version of serving, with sugar and milk. But if you dilute the milk with water, you’ll get a tasty crumbly porridge that can be served as a side dish or for dessert, for example, with sugar or honey. You can also cook buckwheat porridge on the stove.
So, prepare buckwheat, water, milk, butter, salt. Rinse the groats, pour them into the pan of the multicooker.
Add butter, salt and, optionally, sugar, if you want to get sweet porridge. I only added salt.
Now dilute the milk with hot boiling water (1:1) and pour the liquid into the pan of the multicooker.
Close the lid and cook buckwheat porridge with milk in the multicooker until tender (program “Cereal”, time – 30 minutes).
Or cook buckwheat porridge on the stove, on a very, very low heat after the liquid boils, until all the liquid is absorbed-vaporized and the porridge is crumbly and completely cooked.
Buckwheat porridge with milk is ready, you can serve!:)